Case MJ-12: The True Story Behind the Government's UFO Conspiracies

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Harper Collins, Dec 3, 2002 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 320 pages
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Kevin Randle, one of the most respected names in UFOlogy and one of the first to bring the Roswell case to the popular imagination, now turns his attention to another fascinating element of the UFO culture: the MJ–12 documents.

Through painstaking and meticulous research, Randle has traced the history of ⫥aked⟧overnment documents that ⯲oved⟷ithout question the existence of UFOs. The granddaddy of them all was the infamous MJ–12 file which first surfaced in the mid 1980s. Included in these documents were the Eisenhower briefing paper, the Truman memo, the Aquarius telex, and the Cutler–Twining letter. These papers, at first believed to be authentic, suggested that there was a crash as well as a subsequent government cover–up. Thus began decades of investigation and innuendo. But proof now exists that the MJ–12 documents were an elaborate hoax. Or were they? Dr. Randle, an Air Force pilot, has uncovered the surviving documents and material surrounding them, and has built a solid base of information from witness testimony, physical evidence and, of course, the documents themselves – resulting in a surprising expose.

  

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User Review  - Kyle - Goodreads

Case MJ-12 is a good book. I read it when I was about 16 or 17 years old though, during a time when I was heavily intrigued by the idea of extraterrestrials, UFO's, and the paranormal. MJ-12 is ... Read full review

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Introduction
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Conclusions
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Index
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Kevin D. Randle, Captain, U.S.A.F.R., is the author of Project Moondust, Conspiracy of Silence, and A History of UFO Crashes, and the co-author of UFO Crash at Roswell and The Truth About the UFO Crash at Roswell. A Captain in the United States Air Force Reserve, he is considered the foremost expert on the Roswell incident, and is well known as a serious researcher of extraterrestrial phenomena. Captain Randle makes his home in lowa.

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